Theme of this edition: Gender
The poster speaks of gender from two points of view: gazing and construction.
Gazing from different cultures, since they are what ultimately determines the set of conducts, activities, roles, stereotypes and characteristics each society assigns as appropriate to women and men.
And I lead that gaze onto how each of us is constructed, though not what is seen from the outside, what the public sees, but what we actually are inside.
“Gazing” is reflected in the poster through a face whose salient features are a pair of white eyes (the two white marks painted on the long fuchsia strips), eyes which observe, analyse and judge.
And “construction” is reflected in the wall of a house, beginning with the foundations (which would be the yellow part at the foot of the poster) and continuing with the laying of the bricks (the white central part), bricks that are placed one on the top of the other until each of us finally ends up constructing what we really want to be or feel we are.
This poster was generated as a pictorial work. It is a collage-painting.